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Legislation includes ‘cattle gas tax’ exemptions




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July 21, 2009 | 3,920 views | 2 comments

Farmers and ranchers have been discussing the cattle gas tax since the proposed taxation was introduced in July 2008, because of changes in the Clean Air Act. For the past year, the ag industry has been given a reprieve. Producers find themselves once again facing the possibility of being assessed a fee for greenhouse gas emissions. . . .

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T Bone  
Poth  
July 30, 2009 10:01am
 
I know a guy by the name of Ben that produces more gas after eating one raw turnip than all of the cattle in Wilson County combined.

 
Ben  
Texas  
July 30, 2009 7:01am
 
What is the federal goverment going to do about their millions of Deer, moose, elk, wild hogs, horses that have gas? What about all the city zoo's in this country with their animal gas problem? How about the parks and wild... More ›

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